The GeForce RTX 2060 should be released by Nvdia in less than a week. Therefore, in order to anticipate its launch, we have decided to put together all the details we have about it already. Let’s get started.
We already know that the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 will be released on January 7. This would mean that the device will be released at the Nvidia press conference which will take place at CES 2019. The price for it will be $349, according to some leaks.
Some details have been leaked already, although we can’t be sure that they are completely accurate. According to the reports we got some far, the GeForce RTX 2060 should have a base clock of 1365MHz and a boost speed of 1680MHz.
It appears that the RTX 2060 will be the much-deserved update for the 1060. It still maintains the 6 GB of RAM buffer, as well as 192-bit memory bus. The core configuration for the device is 1920:120:48 and it comes with 30 ray tracing cores and 240 tensor cores.
Some benchmarks numbers from an official “Reviewers Guide” also offer us the upcoming average framerates for the RTX 2060 with Battlefield V:
- Battlefield V: RT Off: 90 FPS
- Battlefield V: RT On + DLSS Off: 65 FPS
- Battlefield V: RT On + DLSS On: 88 FPS
The card should be running at 14 Gbps, and 336 GB/s of bandwidth for the card should be delivered. This is obviously more than the GeForce GTX 1080 could do, with its 10 Gbps. If analyse the performance, we can see that both 1080p and 1440p results have been published by Videocardz for the RTX 2060.
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